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A cool fermented ale. Originating from Cologne, Germany during the 1800's when lagers were taking over the beer markets. Straw gold, very light body, bready or biscuit flavours with a crisp/dry finish. Very refreshing summer beer. Mild hop flavour and nose. Brewed using Pilsner and wheat malts and only Hallertauer Mittelfrueh hops.

A cool fermented ale. Originating from Cologne, Germany during the 1800's when lagers were taking over the beer markets. Straw gold, very light body, bready or biscuit flavours with a crisp/dry finish. Very refreshing summer beer. Mild hop flavour and nose. Brewed using Pilsner and wheat malts and only Hallertauer Mittelfrueh hops.

A collaboration beer between two of noosa’s finest, Thomas Surfboards and Land & Sea. This crisp rice lager is our lightest beer to date. brewed with 20% rice, adding alcholic content without adding any residual sugar keeping the body light and crisp.

A collaboration beer between two of noosa’s finest, Thomas Surfboards and Land & Sea.
This crisp rice lager is our lightest beer to date. brewed with 20% rice, adding alcholic content without adding any residual sugar keeping the body light and crisp.

The Coastie Common Lager has been fermented warmer to bring you the best of both the ale and lager style. With full, fruity and flavourful esters like an ale with a crisp clean lager finish. Matched with northern brewer and chinook hops to give you a very seasonal beer.

The Coastie Common Lager has been fermented warmer to bring you the best of both the ale and lager style. With full, fruity and flavourful esters like an ale with a crisp clean lager finish. Matched with northern brewer and chinook hops to give you a very seasonal beer.

SEASONAL

A lovely little number, fresh, crisp and light, an IPA for hotter days. Brewed with only pale malt and 5% honey to impart a light floral note then smashed with 2 New Zealand hop varieties in the whirlpool and double dry hopped in the fermentor. Wai-iti and Wakatu give of fresh crushed lemon grass, unripe white peaches, fresh cut grass, lime zest and black currents as the beer opens up.

A lovely little number, fresh, crisp and light, an IPA for hotter days. Brewed with only pale malt and 5% honey to impart a light floral note then smashed with 2 New Zealand hop varieties in the whirlpool and double dry hopped in the fermentor. Wai-iti and Wakatu give of fresh crushed lemon grass, unripe white peaches, fresh cut grass, lime zest and black currents as the beer opens up.

A true to style Saison, brewed with a base of German Pilsner then rounded out with heaps of Raw Wheat, Malted Wheat and Rolled Oates. Hopped in the kettle with German Noble hop varieties for a pleasant spice character then gently dry hopped post ferment with two new wave German hops, Hallertauer Blanc for white wine notes, and Mandarina Bavaria for very light orange notes.  Aggressively fermented with Belgian Saison Yeast, pitched at 20 C then let to free rise in temp until it hit 28 C.This extremely yeast forward beer pour white gold in colour with a tight pillowy head. Aromas of ripe sticky Bartlett pear, juicy fruit gum and green capsicum introduce this complex beast. The aromas carry over up front on the palette but finishing extremely dry. Notes of dry white wine and bitter rhubarb round out the taste experience.

A true to style Saison, brewed with a base of German Pilsner then rounded out with heaps of Raw Wheat, Malted Wheat and Rolled Oates. Hopped in the kettle with German Noble hop varieties for a pleasant spice character then gently dry hopped post ferment with two new wave German hops, Hallertauer Blanc for white wine notes, and Mandarina Bavaria for very light orange notes.

Aggressively fermented with Belgian Saison Yeast, pitched at 20 C then let to free rise in temp until it hit 28 C.This extremely yeast forward beer pour white gold in colour with a tight pillowy head. Aromas of ripe sticky Bartlett pear, juicy fruit gum and green capsicum introduce this complex beast. The aromas carry over up front on the palette but finishing extremely dry. Notes of dry white wine and bitter rhubarb round out the taste experience.

An Australian Pale Ale, meaning all Australian Malts and all Australian hops! Brewed with a base of NSW pale malt then hopped exclusively in the whirlpool with 3 Aussie all stars, Ella, Vic Secret, Galaxy, then dry hopped with this trio again in he fermentor. All these hops create a tropical fruit salad of flavours and aromas. A crisp grassy bitterness keep this beauty in balance for a gorgeous Session Pale.

An Australian Pale Ale, meaning all Australian Malts and all Australian hops! Brewed with a base of NSW pale malt then hopped exclusively in the whirlpool with 3 Aussie all stars, Ella, Vic Secret, Galaxy, then dry hopped with this trio again in he fermentor. All these hops create a tropical fruit salad of flavours and aromas. A crisp grassy bitterness keep this beauty in balance for a gorgeous Session Pale.


A well rounded mid-strength beer. Pours a rich gold colour with an off white head. A simple malt bill with a high mash temperature gives a lot of body to the beer. The combination of Cascade and Galaxy hops impart a very bright tropical fruit character as well as sweetness. Firm bitterness clears the palette and invites another sip.

A well rounded mid-strength beer. Pours a rich gold colour with an off white head. A simple malt bill with a high mash temperature gives a lot of body to the beer. The combination of Cascade and Galaxy hops impart a very bright tropical fruit character as well as sweetness. Firm bitterness clears the palette and invites another sip.

 
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Brewing The Coastie Common

Batch brewed no more that 1800L at a time, our beer uses freshly milled 2-row and medium crystal malt. Once mashed, the wort is boiled and Northern Brewer and Chinook hops are added. These, not used in excess, give us optimum bitterness and aroma without over powering the beautiful malty backbone to this great beer.

We then cool our wort and ferment at around 16 degrees; a higher temperature than most Lagers.

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The beer then sits ‘Lagering’ at around 1 degree celcius for at least 4 weeks. As the beer is unfiltered and unpasteurised, the lagering process allows the beer to clear and the yeast taste matures to round out the flavour profile. 

Our Coastie is mostly naturally carbonated with just a little extra carbonation added at the end if needed. This ensures it's not too gassy and is a pleasure to drink direct from a can or from a glass. 

The Coastie is then put into kegs for our bar and wholesale customers or packaged into cans to come home with you. We prefer cans over bottles, acting like mini kegs, ensuring the beer stays fresher for longer, quick to cool, recyclable, less waste and zero light hitting the beer (which is a bad thing). 

Our beer is always kept cold; canned cold; stored cold and delivered cold. This way we maintain the freshness and ensure you receive the premium product you deserve.